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Upcoming Events:

AN EVENING WITH MARY LOU RETTON 

Olympic Gold Medalist Mary Lou Retton will be speaking in Lubbock on January 22, 2015 at the Women's Council of the Greater South Plains FCA annual fundraising banquet.

The event will take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Banquet Hall, with the program to include remarks by Retton, dinner, and a silent auction.  There will be a VIP reception preceding the event, in which guests can personally meet Retton at 6 p.m.

Tickets for the event are on sale on a table-by-table basis, with the possibility for individual tickets at a later date.  Table sponsorships are as follows: Bronze level: $1,000 and includes one table (8 seats) at the event.  Silver level: $2,500 and includes recognition in the PowerPoint presentation, one table, and 4 VIP tickets to the pre-event reception with Mary Lou Retton.  Gold level: $5,000 and includes signage at the event, recognition in the PowerPoint presentation, one table, and 8 VIP tickets to the pre-event reception.

For more information and to purchase tables, please contact Brandi Cantrell, FCA Women's Athletic Chaplain, at 806-789-0849 or bcantrell@fca.org

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Fields of Faith
October 1, 2014

FCA SPORTS CAMP at TEXAS TECH

2014 Camp Video

AREA MINISTRY REPORT

(TOTALS Since September 2010)

5,214 Salvations
6,899 Recommitments of Faith
6,239 Bibles given away
4,871 Pledges to read Bibles daily
2014 Fields of Faith:
10,000 Attendance - Lubbock
3,000 Attendance - Plainview
 617 Volunteers
87 area churches involved
1,046 Salvations

1,187 Attended 2014 FB Game Day
606 Attended 2014 BB Game Day
14,793 Total ministered to

FCA Game Day

Tubby Smith Shares
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On February 8, 2014, over 600 area young people, coaches, and youth ministers from FCA Huddles and church youth groups attended FCA Game Day. Texas Tech Head Men's Basketball Coach, Tubby Smith stopped by before the game to spend about 10 minutes sharing his faith as a Christian and encouraged the group.  Tech soccer player, Haley Haagsma and Tech football player Summitt Hogue also shared their testimonies with the crowd.  37 young people became Christians at the event.  Our group was one of several adding to the game crowd of over 15,000 to watch Tech beat OSU.

Fields of Faith 2013

Lubbock Video